We read the article posted below, written by Chad Felton of the News-Herald, regarding the ‘Better Flip’ project. While we admire Chad’s writing style, this is more of a “puff piece” than hard core investigative reporting. We have previously offered… Read More ›
Month: June 2019
We found this information on the Riverside School’s website: http://www.riversidelocalschools.com/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=6G2YP2Y&dasi=3U30 The Riverside Local School District’s Board of Education has decided not to place a Bond Levy on the ballot this November. The Board will continue discussion as to when to… Read More ›
Thanks to one of our Concord lobbyist for making us aware of this very disturbing article. https://www.christianpost.com/amp/pastor-anthony-haynes-life-in-prison-trafficking-teenage-girl-begged-judge-for-mercy.html?__twitter_impression=true We must ensure that evil is not “swept under the rug”, and continue to shine light into the darkness.
Gazette Article on the Better Flip When reading this article about the Better Flip project written by Glen Miller of the Gazette, we are left wondering about the competency and fiscal responsibility of Land Bank director and State Representative John… Read More ›
At a recent Commissioners meeting, Commissioner Jerry Cirino mentioned how important the Port Authority is to economic development. We agree with that statement…for the most part. He also made a very good point that the Port Authority is involved in a lot of… Read More ›
We could help but notice in plain view the office paperwork turmoil of the Lake County Port Authority’s Executive Director, Mark Rantala. Perhaps these pictures provide us with a clue to the state of affairs of the Lake County Port… Read More ›
We have been thinking about the upcoming fire levy that undoubtedly will be placed on the November ballot by the Concord Township trustees. No word yet on the amount of millage or the term. Let’s assume that an upgrade is… Read More ›